Weapons aren’t the only unlockable in Black Ops Cold War, Operator Sims is another unlockable you might be struggling with. Here’s how you can unlock Sims… A Tech genius with special forces training.
Unlike Modern Warfare, generic Mil-Sim skins are a thing of the past. Both NATO and the Warsaw Pact have two Operators already unlocked at launch. Hunter and Song make up the NATO Mil-Sim forces, while Vargas and Powers are working with the Warsaw Pact.
There are, however, a couple more Operators for you to unlock. Not only do these unlock in Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer. You can also use them in Black Ops Cold War Zombies and Warzone. So, it’s worth putting the effort in.
For all the Operator unlocks in Black Ops Cold War, you’ll need to complete the relevant Operator Challenge on Black Ops Cold War. If you own Treyarch’s newest Call of Duty, you’ll already have access to Hunter, Song, Vargas, and Powers though.
Moving on… Here’s Sims’ Bio to get you acquainted…
” A technological genius with special forces training, Sims joined MACV-SOG in 1967, serving on Russell Adler’s team in Vietnam. He always provides a steady hand and sense of humour under pressure, no matter the circumstances”Lawrence Sims, NATO, In-Game Biography
Black Ops Cold War Operator Sims Requires A Cigma
Sims is an expert at taking down enemy ordinance, and you’ll need to be one too to unlock him.
In order to unlock Operator Sims, you’ll need to destroy 10 enemy vehicles or scorestreaks in Multiplayer.
The easiest way to do this is to have Engineer equipped in your Perk 1 slot and a Cigma as your secondary. From here on, you can jump into any Multiplayer game and begin hunting Spy Planes. They’re a one-hit kill and easy to spot with Engineer equipped. They also give you +100 score, so it’s worth your time.